I wanted to flag https://apple.stackexchange.com/questions/97699/can-i-travel-to-tibet-independently as off-topic (the question is now deleted), but differently from where I can vote to close a question as off-topic, I cannot select a custom reason. The reasons I could select are not the reason to close the question as off-topic.
Questions about software development are off-topic here, but can be asked on Stack Overflow. It's not about software development.
Questions about pre-release software are off-topic. For more information, see Can we ask about iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks? and Can I ask about not-yet-publicly released OS?. It's not even about pre-releases.
I flagged the question for moderation attention, but it doesn't seem right.
I know that flagging the question as off-topic causes the question to be added to the review queue, where other users would be able to vote to close it.
Should I simply leave the task to the users with the privilege of close-voting questions?
In this case, I had another reason to flag the question, since it contained a not necessary link that made it smell like spam. I am asking what I should do for a question I think it should be closed, now that the off-topic close-reason has sub-reasons.